It seems the Season of speed records to be. The latest news reaches us from 30 year-old Mario Heller. He passed the 20. August the triumvirate Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau in 10 hours and 14 minutes.

It was Nicolas Hojac, who last year announced the speed ascent of the three Bernese peaks Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. He passed the trilogy in 11 hours and 43 minutes. In the descent Nicolas used a light paraglider. In the same way, Mario Heller attacked the crossing and posted on the 20. August set a new record.

When crossing, perfect conditions prevailed (picture Mario Heller).
When crossing, perfect conditions prevailed (picture Mario Heller).

Perfect conditions for exceeding

"The conditions at the three summits were great, except on the plates at the inner Rottalgrat. The plates were still wet, but fortunately not frozen, "Mario explains in an interview. "The wind on the summits was okay, even though he blew more from the east contrary to the forecast," he continues.

Start in 40 degree edge

As Mario further elaborates, the biggest challenge in the start was on the Eiger West flank. "It has many loose stones and the terrain is very steep with around 40 degrees. I could only start thanks to the good updraft, "said Mario. "There was not a really tricky situation when it was exceeded."

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About Mario Heller

Mario Heller is 30 years old, lives in Matten near Interlaken and grew up in Winikon (LU). The trained carpenter is currently working as a paragliding pilot in Grindelwald and spends as much time as possible in the mountains.

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Credits: pictures Mario Heller


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